Chrissy Teigen welcomes baby boy!

by motherandbaby |
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Chrissy Teigen is the undisputed queen of Twitter. So, it's fitting that she'd choose the social media platform to announce the arrival of her and husband John Legend's second child.

Confirming she'd given birth, Chrissy tweeted: "Somebody's herrrrrrre!" complete with baby bottle emojis and excited smiles.

The happy news comes just a week after Chrissy took to Twitter to vent her frustrations at still being pregnant with her son.

"Happy pregnant Chrissy is gone. Meet OVER IT Chrissy," she wrote.

"Wanna hold my boy let's do thisssssss...It feels worse for me because with IVF you know so early. I mean I knew I was pregnant at 11 days in. Crazy."

The 32-year-old also revealed her daughter Luna had a particularly savage response to her baby bump during pregnancy.

Speaking to E!, Chrissy said: "We take baths together every night and she says a lot of... she can say some hurtful things in the bathtub sometimes. I think yesterday she pointed at me and she's like 'mamma yucky.' I'm like, 'I know, mamma feels kinda yucky."

Chrissy added that Luna takes after her in the sass-stakes.

"Attitude wise, she is so much like me, which is so funny to see because we shoot each other the same little looks... They’re honest though, these kids," she continued.

Congrats Chrissy and John!

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